By Iwona Nowicka. Home Design. Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 06:58:57 AM.
Duplexes provide the awesome advantage of being mindful to the widespread phenomenon of overcrowding. By not occupying too much space horizontally, but expanding skywards, they enable the intelligent use of living space. To boot, they often provide their inhabitants with a great view of the city skyline and chic little balconies and terrace, where one can enjoy one's morning coffee, safely above the bustle of the waking city.
That said, when you’re planning a design project, the first thing you should consider is what you need your newly designed room to do. For example, in the picture above, you can see that in addition to the sleeping space, there’s a seating area that can be used for reading. Before you start on a new project, it’s important to take inventory of the existing design. In particular, you should make note of all the things you like about the room. Not only will this give you a realistic view of your starting point, but it will also help you decide if there are any features that you can incorporate into the new look.
Each home is viewed different to each homeowner. What may be a perfect layout for you may not work so well for others. That being said, most designer house plans are designed within the broad scope of how most families will use a home. To ensure your home is livable for your family and good enough to attract buyers in resale, you will need to avoid certain design pitfalls.
Covered entrance – More and more homeowners are trending towards some sort of covered porch or covered stoop to provide shelter from weather conditions at the homes main entrance. Most come to this conclusion after living in a home that lacked this featured as a result. Storage – Need I say more! You can never have enough.
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